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in the bay area come talk next. he's the coast guard officer, the commander of the half the coast guard stretching from, i think he says, well he covers the whole pacific. but before he really gets to talk, i want to say that i announced it last night. we had a softball tournament yesterday. usually the fire department, they have a professional team. the game was tied at seven inings and went two extra inings and the coast guard team won. they had a false alarm fire thing to call. so the guys had to leave so they could win. anyway, it was a great thing. vice admiral z. has been a terrific partner in this. admiral, if you would come up, he is our senior military officer in the bay area. thank you so much for all you do. >> mike, thank you so much. the senior military officer is so humbling. my father at the age of 16 was one of two million that set sail under the golden gate bridge. years before, his family landed on elis island. we spent the last two days talking about partnerships. we were honored to have secretary schulz be engaged through the entire process. we had the mayor, chief o
radar, radio and is in contact with san francisco fire department and the coast guard. the coast guard and firefighting equipment may it please the court on privately owned craft and available when requested by the san francisco fire department. the crew is a pilot, two marine engineers, ladies and gentlemen, the fire boat phoenix. long may she serve san francisco. next is line is the u.s. navy guided missile destroyer, the u.s.s. rebel. equipped with the aegis combat system. it was commissioned in 2002 and deployed last year from san diego as part of the ronald reagan strike group. it was one of first ships to provide humanitarian assistance following the earthquake and tsunami in japan. the first responder, the rebel embarked navy helicopters surveyed the coast line to provide an aerial perspective for the damage to other ships for relief efforts. after hearing first hand from survivors, the crew volunteered to provide assistance. during deployment also conducted counter piracy patrol to enforce exclusive zones in the region. should ship's names sake, edward rebel served in the
these opportunities and to be joined, of course by our marine corps, u.s. coast guard. united states navy, the canadian fleet as well and they're leadership. this is a special week and we have of course many activities. but this is one that i have focused on much because it's not only a celebration and a thank you to our men and women in uniform, but all we're practicing those very things, those now progressive things that we're identifying that are gaps, ones that i continue thanking our city agencies, our port, office of emergency management and all the agencies in the city are so appreciative of this opportunity and the practice what they have been learning on table exercises. and then to get to see the landing of a hover craft on ocean beach. to be able to talk to the actual navy personnel as to how they can do a pop-up tent of an emergency trauma center at ocean beach within an hour and communicate and practice that exercise is invaluable to our city as we prepare more and more the details and gain on the expertise that our military has with respect to logistics. this is what makes u
proudly participates in fleet week. this is the coast guard cutter sherman. at this time, please stand and salute the coast guard cutter sherman. >> thank you. please be seated. cutter sherman is the sixth of the 12, 378 foot high endurance cutters built in the 1960's. high endurance cutters are the third in class behind the ice breakers and the 418 foot legend class national security cutters. this particular cutter is named for john sherman. the 19th country states men that served as secretary the treasure from and served as secretary of the state spending 30 years in congress as a senator and representative from ohio. sherman was interested from avon dale, louisiana. launched the very same year and was commissioned on september 3rd, 1968. sherman was stationed in boston, massachusetts at the beginning of her career, she was stationed in boston. she observed and reported the weather, search and rescue calls and oceanographic studies. the 378 cutters were well built for these that patrols and excellent scientific and communication facilities. in 1971, sherman's emphasize changed
united states military, the coast guard has been fabulous in providing assets to protect everybody out on the bay. it is one heck of a logistics program to get this whole program started and here we are the culmination of nearly a year of planning. we've had exercises, we've had lots of meetings down in san francisco up at the marines memorial, this is a fabulous program, we had a great medical exchange yesterday. senior leaders seminar third year in a row has gotten a lot of attention. we have a lot of new people who haven't been here for the past couple years, we have a lot of people who have been here for the last 3 years, and one of the major consistent people who has been behind this whole program is the chairman of the san francisco fleet week association, general -- major general mike myers who i'm going to ask to come up and make is remarks. >> thank you, lewis. when i accepted the responsibilities for organizing san francisco's fleet week, the guidance given to me by our honorary co-chair was bring the fleet back to fleet week and make it productive with a mission. lewis
more news still ahead including a special ceremony for some veterans of a u.s. coast guard. >> the coast guard and vietnam. the coast guard played a significant role in the war in vietnam. whether you remember it that way or not, we'll tell you how some veterans are being honored today. thank you for helping.. as e raise money for the americad cross and victims of hurrice sandy.. and no >> we raise money for the american red cross and victims of hurricane sandy and now victims of the nor'easter, as well. and to donate, call the number on your screen, 1-888-5-helps- u. "...we got through the first one, we can get through anything",, [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on, for two whole years. from at&t. [ female announcer ] a great price for a great triple-play bundle. [ male announcer ] call now. bundles with u-verse tv, internet and home phone
this breaking news i need to pass along right now. the coast guard is telling msnbc news an oil rig exploded and is burning in the gulf of mexico. a helicopter crew was rushing to remove four victims from this rig. the owner of the platform is black elk oil company. we'll talk to someone from the coast guard coming up after this break. the coast guard telling nbc news that an oil rig has exploded and is burning in the gulf of mexico. we're back with much more right after this. ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios at e-trade, our free online tools and retirement specialists can help you build a personalized plan and execute it with a wide range of low cost investments. get a great plan and low cost investments at e-trade. a wit takes some doing.sn't and ljust happen.stments some coordinating. and a trip to the one place with the new ideas that help us pull it all together. from the things that hang and shine... ...to the
, every governor had a coast guard liaison officer at the oak pride and above level. so, if they didn't like how the response was going, go to my liaison officer. don't go to anderson cooper and then cause the white house to react to what they're seeing on cnn. so, how do you get in front of that news cycle? and the only way you can do that as tip o'neill said, all things in politics are local and i think we heard from vice admiral nathan that i think all responses are local as well. and, so, we really need to start most importantly at the local level, at those planning levels, because the first shot of any campaign, the plan will change, but the partnerships need to remain constant. >> and, general baldwin, we heard from colonel span owe about now your three hats of authority, your state hat, your federal hat, and now your dual status hat. but if you could talk about the partnerships and relationships and how that plays into your ability to respond under -- wearing each one of those hats? >> sure. first i'll begin with just a little bit more background on the national guard. the nati
that there could be death and injury. a u.s. coast guard is telling cnn the rig is owned by black elk oil, that it is on fire, and that it is off the coast of grand aisle, louisiana and that it exploded earlier on today. ryan tippets is a petty officer with the coast guard and joins me live on the phone. can you hear me? >> yes, ma'am. >> can you give me the latest that you have on the situation that's developing in the gulf with this rig? >> okay. our initial reports are that they a rig exploded approximately 20 nautical miles southeast of grand isle, louisiana, four people being commercially medevaced and two people missing and possibly overboard. several coast guard assets are en route to assist the situation. >> this is currently burning. is the fire being fought at this point? >> i can't confirm on the status of the fire. >> but at this point do you know if there is oil spilling into the gulf? >> we haven't received any reports of any kind of oil being released into the water. >> that doesn't tell me whether that's something that can be known at thisime if you said there are vessels,
november, 1949. at this time, please stand and salute the retired united states coast guard cutter morris. thank you. please be seated. morris was assigned rescue out of san diego, california. she returned 1 january, 1946 in executive order dated 1945. she then assumed patrol duties out of san pedro. she was then placed in storage in kennen dale, washington from 1947 to 1969 until 1979 and transferred back to san pedro which remained her home part. she was redesignated as cutter 147. medium capacity. she was decommissioned and then transferred to the boy scouts of america. she's now active with the sea scout program and the coast guard cutter morris was named for robert morris, born in liverpool, england. he emigrated to maryland at 17. his key role in the financial affairs of the new nation lended him his position of superintendent of finance. his extraordinary skill in offices greatly contributed to the success of american revolution. a delegate to the constitutional, he served in the u.s. senate until 1975 and declined to search as re-election. he continued banking when values at his e
to experience long delays. some airlines even cancelled flights. schools shut down, the coast guard warned boaters to stay in port. one fishing vessel sank its crew had to be rescued. >> farther inland the snow meat commuting miserable to impossible in many areas. residents will be digging out for days to come. so far this storm has been responsible for five deaths and residents in the east are bracing for more. the official start of winter is still 10 days away. >> in 1960 the northeast saw one of its worse storm ever, hurricane donna. donna held the record for sustained winds above 115-miles- an-hour for nine days. hurricane donna killed at least 364 people and caused what would be in today's numbers $368 million. newsreels chronicled the destruction. >> reporter: hurricane donna splashes up from the caribbean. already the killer of 125 persons. roars north up florida's gulf coast from fort myers to st. petersburg. off the west donna swirling through the central portion of the state. in its wake the hurricane leaves at least 10 dead in florida. and the worse property damage of any storm
. but apparently just up ahead here is the first of the eye lands. those lights up there, that's a coast guard cutter that just pulled in front of us asking us to stop and now these three boats are boarding us. their message is clear in their body language. keep away from the island. as the sunrises we get our first view of the island. a jagged huddle of rocks sticking up from the deep blue waters of the east china sea. for decades, these islands for all but forgotten. now the japanese coast guard make sure that no one, japanese or chinese, can go aboard. but that's done nothing to help china. suddenly the japanese coast guard tells us there are chinese ships in their way. on the horizon we see them, four ships, all clearly inside japanese waters. overhead a japanese air force plane swoops low, but the chinese ships steam on, undetered. until last month it was inconceiveable that japan and china could come to blows over this remote group of islands. yet look at the today, there's a tense standoff going on, the japanese coast guard is very nervous about us being here, they're clearly worried th
coast guard. this is essential. this is why we have the infrastructure commitment that i have been talking about ever since i started working for the city. i have had the pleasure of working with john. his expertise and his team out here, retired as well as current, have made a strong commitment to make sure we have the modern facilities to take care of us. guess what? on the eve of america's cup, there is renewed use of our waterways for recreation, but also increase ferry services going on because of all the alternative traffic use we have to have. it is part of our airport operation, because our airport is on the water. we are having a record number of airplanes landing. we must modernize our facilities for the future use. that is why i love the airport. it is always looking out for the next generation effort, making sure the infrastructure can respond to that. i also enjoy the fact that it is working with our fire department to really house the equipment we have to use. whether it is the mou spoke -- moose boat -- i love that name, because it was a nickname for me. from that to
coast guard auxiliaryist, 35,000 volunteers, some you may see outside the gate and say, wow, the coast guard hangs onto its people a long time. they're median age, older than me, but they volunteer their services, including during an emergency response. and they, too, are ics trained to support in a time of emergency. >> sustaining these skills is something that, as you say, jody, is a deliberate action. we're in the process of doing that right now. we have built san francisco fleet week and its associated exercises into our training continuum, and we'll continue to do so into the future. this will give us several milestones on our calendar that will get our heads back into this very complex arena. so, we certainly understand that. i think we're going to be seeing guidance coming from the secretary of the defense in the next couple of years that will elevate this in terms of our responsibilities and mission sets. so, we're in the process of laying the groundwork for that right now at camp pendleton. >> ann? >> just to build on what general spiese said, fleet week, this used to be or st
the different authorities that the coast guard can bring to bear in different situations. but could you talk a little bit about the partnerships and relationship and how that plays across the coast guard mission set? >> well, first i'll talk about my capacity challenges and my area of responsibility covers the rocky mountains to madagascar. the same area of responsibility as admiral lochlear except they have the arctic and antarctic as well. so, obviously with 13,000 people covering that aor, a little over 200 ships, i'm very dependent on partnerships. i work with 71 countries with whom i have 65 bilateral agreements with those entities. but everything really starts at the most local level first. so, it's appropriate to hear from captain stow and the network of partnerships that she's dealt here in the bay area, but we have this lattice work that goes across my entire pacific region. and then i need to focus on what do i do in the event of a threat right now in dealing with the arctic. what if i have a deep water horizon spill there? because now it affects the nate and i have indigenous trib
their stories. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec on the role the coast guard played in vietnam. >> reporter: and with the sound of a huey chopper, memories of the vietnam era came rushing back. >> i joined the coast guard at the peak of the draft call. and they didn't tell you which coast you were going to guard. >> reporter: it turns out it was in the south pacific and after his tour of duty in vietnam, roger and his comrades have had a public relations issue. >> wearing this hat, i have had people say to me, oh, you weren't actually in vietnam, were you? well, yes, in fact i was. >> reporter: today on coast guard island, the gathering for about 100 coast guard vets. >> people don't recognize the coast guard in any many ways anyway. >> reporter: bill wells wants people to know what he went through on a boat like this one in the vietnam war. >> we were actually involved in some firings. we were fired at, you know, we shot back and they missed us and we probably missed themselves every several times. >> reporter: the veterans here came from all over the country to share their stories. >> thi
homecoming. we take you on board a coast guard cutter as more than a dozen coast guard men and women returned to their families. >>> california is launching a crucial first step to cut greenhouse gases. big polluters must buy credits to account for their emissions but they may also sell them. the system will help drive california toward a clean energy economy and environmentalists appraising it is a model for the world. >>> the recent wet weather system that rolled through the bay area brought lots of snow to the bay area. we want to show you what it looked like on friday in nayac. at high elevations more than 2 feet of snow fell. it was the first sizable snowfall of the season. and as you see here from these pictures boy it costs several spin outs and traffic back ups for drivers heading to the mountains. >>> it's not even thanksgiving yet and people are already skiing at lake tahoe. we want to show you what's going on out here. this is a picture taken at boreal ski resort. they did have the snow machine going on out there. more and more ski resorts are set to open this month. north star is
. >> and i'll just say 10% of the active duty coast guard makes its home here in the bay area. if we're a smaller coast guard tomorrow, we'll still have 10% of the coast guard here in the bay area. this is a critical hub for the coast guard. and when you look at the pacific, i expect to see our numbers to go up over time. so, i am not concerned in the least. my house and the 20 pacific area commanders before me, if you look out the door, that's my house right up from the light house. and, so, we are strategically located here in the bay. so, we will be here for the long term as well. >> any other questions from the audience? okay. if i could ask you one last one, that is, as you -- a number of you at the table have participated since 2010. so, have you looked at your broadened responsibilities and engaged in the world or engaged regionally and gaps have been identified, could you offer an aha moment for yourself personally in the process, or the gaps that still remains that is still troublesome to you that needs to be addressed? >> to me, my aha moment was last year. it was my first
incredible coast guard rescue. this happened 170 miles off the coast of virginia beach, virginia. that boat you're looking at is the island breeze. there are four people aboard. the boat became disabled and the coast guard came to the rescue. the first person on the boat jumped into the water. as you can see here, they are lowering the coast guard swimmer in, and he swims to them, puts a lifejacket on them, and then they get hoisted up. they make it look easy. >> i'm not surprised these guys needed rescuing. it's pretty windy out there. choppy seas, too. >> look at the boat once everybody is aboard the helicopter. >> it almost seems they got him off just in time. >> that boat was rocking. >>> dog really doesn't want to walk. >> come on, rico. come on. rico, come. come on, rico. let's go for a walk. want to go for a walk? come on. come on, rico. come on. you want to go for a walk? come on. let's go, buddy. come on. it's going to be fun. come on. come on. >> one of my favorite parts about this job is when we let to let our viewers be the star of the show. this guy uploaded a video on rightthi
at the airport, the guy in charge. david chen is here. from the adjacent coast guard facility, the commander. and we have staff members from our congressional delegation. we have staff members from senator feinstein's office, nancy pelosi's office, and others. thank you for joining us today. [applause] throughout our history, safety and security has always been our priority. safety and security of our passengers, and safety of our employees. we are building on that commitment by commissioning what is the first fire rescue boat house facility on the west coast of the united states. more simply -- [airplane noise] we are at an airport. this is the first marine emergency response facility on the west coast. more simply, we can call it the first fireboat house at an airport. it is a core value for the airport team that we have worked together to provide an exceptional airport, that we are innovating, and that we work in partnership. this is a partnership between the fire department and the airport. great project work by airport staff and the division of design and construction, who designed this
inhabitted island. as we approach, the japanese coast guard speeds alongside making sure we do not get any closer. for decades, these islands were all but forgotten, the last handful of japanese setters left here during world war 2:00. but now a newly emboldened china has decided to assert itsdz claim. and as if on cue, the chinese make their entrance. the skipper of our boat has just been told by the japanese coast guard that we have to move around to the north of the island because they say there are chinese ships off to the south here. they are worried they will come and board us. things now start to get very busy. four chinese ships are clearly visible, well inside japan's territorial waters. overhead, a japanese air force plane swoops low, but the chinese ships steam on, undeterred. until last month it was inconceivable that japan and china could come to blows over this uninhabitted groupon of islands. yet look at the situation today. there are four chinese cutsers and two japanese cutsers in my sight. there is a tense stand-off going on. the japanese coast guard is very nervous about
's a single-engine, single-seat, carrier-based airplane. the coast guard used these primarily for searching for people in distress on the ocean and also to pull off rescues. there's a hoist that you can see right there that would enable a crewman to descend into the water. you could put an injured person in that basket, hoist them up into the helicopter, and there would be medical personnel aboard the helicopter. the pilots are officers, graduates of flight school, and you would have two enlisted men back here. one is a jumper -- the rescue jumper. scott, why don't you sit up there in the pilot's seat? as you can see, there are a large number of instruments on the instrument panel and many of them are missing, but that's because when the military gives us these, they strip out the instruments. the stick is controlling the direction. the collective is controlling the angle of the blades, which dictates what speed you're going at, and your feet -- that's maneuvering the rudder left and right, so it's very, very, very busy in these things. now, this particular airplane here is a pt-26 cornell.
to try at home, the u.s. coast guard is asking people to avoid beaches, to stay out of the water during the storm. recommending boat owners take extra lengths to tie those down and make sure they are not going to be banging around in this storm, dangerous conditions are indeed predicted at the coast today. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> now to the north bay, amy hollyfield is live in san rafael, it is raining there now? >> reporter: we are getting a little bit of a drizzle here. it is nothing too term. -- too terrible. looks like the storm is going to wait until you head out the door. it is coming, but not here yet. here's a look at the current conditions, streets are wet, we did get some rain around 4:30, we've had a steady drizzle, people have ponchos on, it is pull out our umbrella weather out here people are prepared, san rafael comes to lie and people pop in to get coffee, we've been talking to people about preparations they have cleaned out gutters some did get sandbags, they know the storm is coming and feel ready. when people get their coffee, the chronicle is already in the new
.m. that is actually the coast guard auxiliary. they are the first float in the parade and they have arrived right on time to start setting up here in the staging area. let's get you to our video of previous years of this parade. this year is the 93rd veteran's day parade in san francisco. the parade will honor, of course, all soldiers from all wars. but organizers say they will pay special attention to vets of the iraq and afghanistan wars this year. about 50 of whom are expected to participate in today's parade. there also will be a group of about 100 homeless veterans marchs, as well as dignitaries, including mayor edwards lee. we spoke with richard. this is his second veteran's day parade in san francisco. he said it's an honor to be in the united states coast guard auxiliary. he said today brings him a sense of duty. >> i am here today to essentially bring the message of service to the country, to the nation. veteran's day is a day to honor all of the people who have served in the armed forces. it's a day to remember the service that these people have rendered to the nation and to the world.
that the coast guard launched the chopper just a short while ago to resume the search from the air. all night, they've been out in boats just like this one, using night vision goggles and infrared technology. so far, there's no sign of the two, missing workers. but the coast guard is using the latest technology to find them before it's too late. it's an all-out effort from the coast guard units from the air and the sea, for the two platform workers who have been missing close to 24 hours. authorities have not revealed their names or genders. but they believe they are out there alive. the two disappeared after jumping into the water off the coast of louisiana when the oil platform they were working on suddenly exploded. the blast was so intense, black smoke billowed more than 1,000 feet into the air and could be seen 20 miles away on shore. black elk energy says 1 of 22 contractors onboard, improperly used a blowtorch to cut the pipeline igniting the explosion. 11 workers were medevacked to safety. four with severe burns. >> when there's an incident, it hurts. >> reporter: as far as the oil sp
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